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WWII Pictures of Manila
on the Island of Luzon

Photos from the personal scrapbooks of Colonel O. Howard Davidsmeyer, Sr. Many pictures show the devastation caused by bombing during the war. Manila is the capital city on the island of Luzon, the most northerly of the Phillipine islands.

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Large apartment building in ruins - Dewey Boulevard, Manila

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Manila Legislative Building with bomb damage

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Manila Hotel

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Walled City in Manila
Walled City - Manila

Walled city of Manila
Walled City - Manila

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House movers - Luzon

Luzon Spanish Mission during WWII
Spanish Mission in Luzon

Agno River Crossing - Rosario, Luzon, Philippines
Agno River Crossing - Rosario, Luzon
Many native Philippine wagons pulled by oxen,
carrying supplies. Village in distance.

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